According to the film critique website Rotten Tomatoes, the lowest rated movies in which Sylvester Stallone had starring roles are "Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot" and the "The Specialist." Each film received a 4 percent rating, as of 2015.
Ratings are based on the percentage of Rotten Tomatoes staff who chose either "Fresh" or "Rotten" for a given movie. The poorest rating for a film in which Stallone is credited outside of acting is for the 1983 film, "Staying Alive." Stallone wrote and directed the sequel to the legendary disco-era movie, "Saturday Night Fever." Both films starred John Travolta, and the sequel maintains a 0-percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes -- the lowest rating possible. The film does have an audience score of 38 percent and an average visitor-submitted rating of 2.7 out of five.